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so i don't reboot anymore

is there anyway i can diagnose the problem and find what file is causing the problem, before i need to re-install.

I'm not overclocked yet, but i did some minor tweak in the bios.

i did some minor tweak in windows and set everything back.


it may be a software i installed, but since i don't boot often, i can't remember which one

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Have you tried a repair while within Windows mate ? This can sometimes help.
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Have you tried a repair while within Windows mate ? This can sometimes help.


repair 'within' windows?? how do i do that
    
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Simply put the Windows XP Cd in your Optical drive when logged into windows...When you get the welcome screen For windows XP Install hit the ''Install Windows XP'' Button. From Here you will ge guided through to a window asking what type of install you want '' Fresh '' or ''Upgrade'' Select Upgrade and off you go..Dont worry all files and programs shall remain,,Only settings are changed.
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Yeah the same thing happened to me. Just "repair" (reinstall) windows. If that doesn't work, backup your drive and do a fresh install
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i tried the repair within windows and something went wrong. i got the BSOD and couldn't boot to windows anymore. so i did a fresh install.

have to reinstall everything now
    
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